Clallam County

Sears to cut 400 full-time jobs, mostly at its corporate office

Sears Holdings says it will cut about 400 full-time jobs as part of… Continue reading

State officials: Clallam, Jefferson unemployment dips

Nearly 200 North Olympic Peninsula residents found jobs last month as Clallam and Jefferson County unemployment continued on a slow-but-steady downturn, state… Continue reading

Study: Seattle minimum wage hasn’t cut jobs

Seattle’s $15-an-hour minimum wage law has boosted pay for restaurant workers without costing jobs, according to a… Continue reading

Sequim Community Aid seeks support, volunteers as donations lag

Sequim Community Aid seeks support, volunteers as donations lag

Volunteers with Sequim Community Aid, a nonprofit helping prevent homelessness for 70 years, say they need… Continue reading

Sequim Community Aid seeks support, volunteers as donations lag

Second clue released in Guess the Guest contest

The Port Townsend Film Festival has released the second of three clues in the Guess the Guest contest. Each year, the Port… Continue reading

International Surfing Day celebration Friday

The Olympic Peninsula Chapter of the Surfrider Foundation will hold its International Surfing Day celebration at Harbinger Winery on Friday. The all-ages… Continue reading

Sequim High operetta ‘Seven Brides for Seven Brothers’ bags theater award for scenic design

Sequim High operetta ‘Seven Brides for Seven Brothers’ bags theater award for scenic design

Judges must love Sequim’s renditions of “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers.” The Sequim High School’s 51st operetta won “Outstanding… Continue reading

Sequim High operetta ‘Seven Brides for Seven Brothers’ bags theater award for scenic design
WWII veterans to fly in historic planes during Wings of Freedom Tour in Port Angeles
WWII veterans to fly in historic planes during Wings of Freedom Tour in Port Angeles

BUSINESS BRIEFS: Sequim business partners with art gallery for curated collection; Peninsula lawyers honored

Estes Builders recently partnered with Blue Whole Gallery to display a curated collection of artwork in the builders’ office at 259003 U.S. Highway… Continue reading

LETTER: AmeriCorps program provides essential services for local marine science center

Having served as a volunteer at the Port Townsend Marine Science Center, I was profoundly saddened to learn that the AmeriCorps program is on our… Continue reading

LETTER: Pat Neal not afraid to tell it like it is, mainly about fish and wildlife management

Peninsula Daily News Wednesday columnist Pat Neal is one of a kind. He tells it like it is and is mostly right about the way… Continue reading

New Clallam EDC director foresees passenger air service in Port Angeles

New Clallam EDC director foresees passenger air service in Port Angeles

The newest leader of the Clallam County Economic Development Corp. envisions two small commercial passenger airlines serving Fairchild International Airport in the… Continue reading

New Clallam EDC director foresees passenger air service in Port Angeles

NEWS BRIEFS: Chimacum schools to host special meeting today … and other items

The Chimacum School District will hold a special meeting from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. today. The meeting will take place at… Continue reading

PAT NEAL: Another round of stupefying rules

IT WAS ANOTHER tough week in the news: The 2017 Washington state fishing rules were finally printed. I know what you’re thinking. Hasn’t it been… Continue reading

Revenue projections for Washington slightly up

As lawmakers head toward a third overtime legislative session, they received updated revenue numbers Tuesday that… Continue reading

Wings of Freedom tour lands in Port Angeles today
Wings of Freedom tour lands in Port Angeles today

Forks Athletic and Aquatic Club seeks county grant

EDITOR’S NOTE: This has been corrected to reflect that the money for the Forks Athletic and Aquatic Club is a grant not a loan. PORT… Continue reading

Police investigate reported kidnapping

Port Angeles police are hearing conflicting stories about what was initially reported as an armed kidnapping at Lincoln Park on Sunday. Sgt.… Continue reading

Port Angeles police are asking the public’s assistance in identifying this man in relation to a burglary Sunday night.

Police seek man in Port Angeles grocery burglary

The Clallam County Sheriff’s Office is asking the public to help identify a man they allege broke into the Lincoln Park Grocery… Continue reading

Port Angeles police are asking the public’s assistance in identifying this man in relation to a burglary Sunday night.
Pam Dick will discuss taking photos of artwork at the Olympic Peninsula Art Association meeting Thursday.

Art association to present expert on photos of artwork

The Olympic Peninsula Art Association will present a program and demonstration by Pam Dick on Thursday. The presentation on how to take pictures… Continue reading

Pam Dick will discuss taking photos of artwork at the Olympic Peninsula Art Association meeting Thursday.